Archive For The “Mathematics” Category
By Matthew L. Nelson, Michael J. Shaw, Troy Strader
This booklet contains chosen papers from the E-Commerce and E-Business (SIGeBIZ) tune on the fifteenth Americas convention on details structures, AMCIS 2009, held in San Francisco, CA, united states, on August 6-9, 2009. The 25 papers awarded tackle rising e-business concerns and are geared up into 4 study strains: enterprise types for the electronic economic system, digital and cellular trade behavioral and international matters, IS in monetary markets and associations, net 2.0 and e-commerce and collaborative price production.
By Keith Devlin, Jonathan Borwein
Keith Devlin and Jonathan Borwein, famous mathematicians with services in numerous mathematical specialties yet with a standard curiosity in experimentation in arithmetic, have joined forces to create this creation to experimental arithmetic. They conceal various subject matters and examples to offer the reader a great feel of the present nation of play within the quickly starting to be new box of experimental arithmetic. The writing is obvious and the reasons are greater via appropriate old proof and tales of mathematicians and their encounters with the sphere through the years.
By B. Van Hoven
Altering situations in Western and international societies have brought new constraints and possibilities for males and the formation of male identities. in the meantime, the rising variety of 'atypical' identities ('atypical' compared to conventional conceptions of middle-class, white, heterosexual males) poses new demanding situations for the construction and use of areas. areas of Masculinities offers a complete creation to the leading edge and various learn on areas of masculinity. Drawing on quite a few geographical learn initiatives, the crucial main issue of the publication is to focus on the importance of analysis on masculinity in sociological and geographical paintings facing buildings of gender.
By G. Viennot
By Andreas Brandstädt, Van Bang Le, Jeremy P. Spinrad
This well-organized reference is a definitive encyclopedia for the literature on graph periods. It includes a survey of greater than 2 hundred sessions of graphs, geared up by way of varieties of houses used to outline and symbolize the periods, bringing up key theorems and literature references for every. The authors kingdom effects with no evidence, supplying readers with easy accessibility to way more key theorems than are in general present in different mathematical texts. Interconnections among graph sessions also are supplied to make the e-book important to numerous readers.
By La Paz L.
By de Francoise Demengel, Gilbert Demengel